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A University of South Alabama NP student uses VisualDx and convinces the doctor she was working to test for another illness they hadn't considered for their young patient.
A 3rd year medical student sees a young patient in clinic with a rash he's not familiar with. With VisualDx guidance, the student makes the correct diagnosis.
A dermatology PA turns to VisualDx to guide her diagnosis of a patient's rash which he claimed was caused by his laundry detergent.
A woman at her doctor asks about the skin on her face and neck which seemed yellower than usual. Is it phytophotodermatitis? Solar elastosis? Actinic keratosis? Use your medical knowledge, assess her symptoms, and use VisualDx to guide and confirm your diagnosis.
Headaches are a common complaint but can also be potentially life-threatening and reflect a more dangerous underlying disease. Knowing red flag headache symptoms can be extremely helpful as identifying the dangerous cases quickly and accurately is crucial
A woman heads to her PCP worried about several browns spots on her body that looked different compared to her age spots. Is it melanoma? Flat warts? Seborrheic keratosis? Use your medical knowledge, assess her symptoms, and use VisualDx to guide and confirm your diagnosis.
A woman in her 30s heads back to the ER with swelling on her forehead. An NP uses VisualDx to confirm the source of the patient's infection and add the appropriate drug to her treatment plan.
Half-and-half nail is a chronic condition in which the proximal nail matrix is white while the distal half is red to brown, presenting in up to one-third of dialysis patients. Nail abnormalities can provide insight into underlying pathology and should be part of all physical exams as they are a commonly overlooked diagnostic tool.
A middle aged man heads to the eye doctor with blurry vision, seeing double and complaining of headaches. Is it optic neuritis? Diabetic retinopathy? Papilledema? Use your medical knowledge, assess his symptoms, and use VisualDx to guide and confirm your diagnosis.